Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Aye, and they would deceive God about their dividends if he couldn't see into their safes.

Harrogate has millions in his safes, and I have—the hole in my pocket.

I have seen the safes, empty, in which the family treasures were wont to be piled.

We three were to throw off the safes after the train got over the Harlem Bridge.

The writing tables, bureaus, and safes had been broken open.

The safes my nephew mentioned just now are used only for books and papers.

Set the legs of closets and safes in pans of water, and they cannot get at them.

And Pye knew what they knew—the contents of the safes in the strong-room?

Where they could not get the keys of safes, they blew them open with powder.

None but a professional could do the job with the safes and the boxes clean enough.